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All reviews late summer parking area great hike easy hike beautiful scenery narrow canyon dirt road star valley viewing area swift creek short drive year round mile hike wild flowers all ages geyser siphon
If you like to hike, this is a 3/4 mile rocky trail with a slow incline that is breathtaking along a creek. The spring only intemitts in the late fall depening on the water levels. A four to five mile drive on a narrow dirt...More
We enjoy this hike each year with the family. Great hike for all ages. You can hike to the base of the spring but some will want to go up the steep hill to the top. Great way to see nature and keep the kids...More
Our family was on the way to Lava Hot Springs in Idaho when we decided to take a detour and head to the town of Afton in Star Valley. After a little shopping we got a great recommendation to hike to the Intermittent Springs also...More
Fascinating seeing this natural siphon in action, but you need to visit later in the year to see it. It takes about 20 minutes to cycle though and is relaxing to watch. The approach up the narrow canyon is lovely and well worth the visit...More
Its an easy hike to the viewing area of the spring. After that its a good hike up to the source. Very slippery so while you can do it in shoes or boots, I'd not recommend sandals or flip flops.
Absolutely stunning views of the...More
My husband and I had a delightful hike to the top of the Intermittent Falls. It never “intermitted” but we had fun hiking. It was beautiful with many wild flowers and the sound of the water rushing down the rocks. I wouldn’t go up to...More
At the end of a beautiful alpine canyon you will find one of western Wyoming's wonders.The spring emerges from a rock wall and runs year round, however in the late summer and fall the this cold water geyser runs intermittently off and on at 18-20...More
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The trail is 3/4 of a mile from the parking lot to the spring. Slight incline on a gravel trail that is at least 4’ wide. I think most that are moderately mobile could get to the base of the spring. The trail does get more... More
The trail is 3/4 of a mile from the parking lot to the spring. Slight incline on a gravel trail that is at least 4’ wide. I think most that are moderately mobile could get to the base of the spring. The trail does get more rugged and steep at the bottom of the spring if a person wants to climb to the top and see where the water comes out of the hill.